WSJ: Twelve Months of Reading


Posted on December 18th, by James in Press & Reviews. Comments Off

The Wall Street Journal has asked 50 of its friends to share what books they enjoyed in 2012. We are deeply honored that the Secretary of Education, Mr Arne Duncan, had this to say about How Will You Measure Your Life?:

“Clayton Christensen is a provocative thinker, and I have been greatly influenced by his work on disruptive innovation and how it can transform education. In “How Will You Measure Your Life?” he discusses how to spend your most precious resource: your time. His thoughtfulness about the balance between work and family deeply resonated with me. Financial or career success means nothing if I haven’t built strong, long-term relationships and kept my focus on my family—that is what constitutes a meaningful and happy life.”

Head on over to the WSJ to see the full article.





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